At The Morning Show, we’ve brought you story after story (too many, really) demonstrating abuses committed by the de Blasio administration--which has consistently shirked its responsibilities working for the residents of NYC--in favor of developers and landlords, the primary donor base.
Tie in to 85 Bowery: Last week, we were able to update you about the harassed and displaced tenants at 85 Bowery, with a rare happy ending. These tenants received little-to-no relief from de Blasio’s agencies. In fact, it could be argued, because of inaction and lack of enforcement, the administration was complicit in what these tenants had to endure. (Audio segment.)
My next guest is here to explain what’s become standard operating procedure from the de Blasio Administration--this time regarding whether or not one of NYC’s crown jewels, the Botanic Garden, is about to be compromised along with what’s left of our insufficient amounts of green space--so once again, de Blasio’s developer friends can make more money. Welcome back, friend-to-the-show, Alicia Boyd, community organizer and leader of the Movement to Protect the People (MTOPP).
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